News | October 21, 2014

Viztek’s Exa PACS Offers Web-based Platform to Support Any Device

October 21, 2014 — Viztek will be showcasing its new Exa PACS (picture archive and communication system) at 2014 annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA 2014). The new PACS was developed to innovate usability and delivers functionalities that efficiently manage workflow data. Additionally, the zero-footprint, fully Web-based PACS platform is supported on any device, enabling immediate access to full PACS functionality for radiologists. Now, radiologists will have the ability to read any study on a single workstation, enabling a streamlined workflow. An order-based intelligent linking feature of the PACS eliminates the need for radiologists to conduct manual searches of outside comparison images. The new Exa PACS integrates with Viztek's Exa EHR to help facilities meet upcoming Meaningful Use requirements of information exchange through its full set of necessary data placeholders and ability to seamlessly flow patient charts from other EHRs for display, which offer an ease of access to complete patient data that contributes to a more informed diagnosis.

For more information: viztek.net

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